It's a very beautiful park, next to the Museum of Art and the University of Auckland. One day I was here and it seemed that some universities were holding some activities. There are live music and many bands. Some of them are distributing iced coffee for free. I don't know how often this kind of activity is held, but it's interesting. Please sign up for it. Even without these activities, it will still be a very beautiful park.
From Bowen Ave Avenue to Albert Park, which was the earliest crater site in Auckland, adjacent to the University of Auckland. Because the University of Auckland has no gate, it is more like part of the University of Auckland. There is a cannon in the park. Originally, Albert Park was a military fortress. Because of its high terrain, it can easily monitor the streets and distances of the city. The fountain in the center of the park was built in 1881. It is not impressive, but very delicate. In 1897, in memory of Queen Victoria, her bronze sculptures were erected in the fountain center. In fact, the sculptures of Queen Victoria in New Zealand and Australia are everywhere. There is a beautifully decorated flower clock in the park, which is located on the first street of the Bell Tower of the University of Auckland. In 53 years, it was built under the sponsorship of Robert Laidlaw, the founder of Farmers department store chain, through a street is the Bell Tower of the University of Auckland, which is a landmark building. It was built in 1926. The building north of the Bell Tower was built in 1856. It used to be the Governor's Office of New Zealand. Now the first floor is the place for freshmen to report to the University of Auckland and the teacher's lounge. The lecture hall and the use of visiting scholars are still under renovation because the top floor is not open. The first and second floors can walk freely. The red staircase inside is graceful and elegant. The whole building is elegant and delicate. Go back to Princes St along the ramp. There is a beautiful synagogue. Go on, turn left around the triangular flower beds and enter the Vulcane alley. There are many trees standing here. Old pub, turn right and go to Queen St. It's the ferry building, turn left Quay Street, go all the way to Viaduct Harbour, cross the bridge to the vibrant Wynyard Quarter, which is full of rich people's high-class yachts on the side of the sea. It has become a symbol of prosperity, prosperity and fashion in Auckland. Whether it's sunny or rainy, people are flowing almost every night, lively pub. And there's always a buzz in the cafe.
Prince Albert Park is located in the downtown area of Auckland, just next to the University of Auckland. It happened to be sitting here for a while on the way to Auckland Central Park. Sure enough, students from all over the world like to come here for a rest. There are also bronze statues of Queen Victoria and some artillery remains.
With its central location in the heart of the city, Albert Park has a long history and distinctive character.At one corner of the park is the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and gardens, and on the other side is the original park-keeper's cottage, which is now a museum of memorabilia. The park also features a range of statuary and memorials, as well as formal flowerbeds, a Victorian fountain and mature trees.
Albert Park is in downtown Auckland. There are lantern festivals every year recently. You can visit New Zealand during the Spring Festival.
Nice park right beside the beautiful Auckland art gallery. Great place for a picnic.